Tone.Panner

↳ EXTENDS Tone.AudioNode

Tone.Panner is an equal power Left/Right Panner and does not support 3D. Panner uses the StereoPannerNode when available.

CONSTRUCTOR

new Tone.Panner ( [
initialPan
= 0 ] )
initialPan

The initail panner value (center).

default: 0

EXAMPLE

//pan the input signal hard right.
 var panner = new Tone.Panner(1);

Members

.pan

AudioRange #

The pan control. -1 = hard left, 1 = hard right.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.channelCount

Number READONLY #

channelCount is the number of channels used when up-mixing and down-mixing connections to any inputs to the node. The default value is 2 except for specific nodes where its value is specially determined.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.channelCountMode

String READONLY #

channelCountMode determines how channels will be counted when up-mixing and down-mixing connections to any inputs to the node. The default value is “max”. This attribute has no effect for nodes with no inputs.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.channelInterpretation

String READONLY #

channelInterpretation determines how individual channels will be treated when up-mixing and down-mixing connections to any inputs to the node. The default value is “speakers”.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.context

Tone.Context READONLY #

Get the audio context belonging to this instance.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.numberOfInputs

Number READONLY #

The number of inputs feeding into the AudioNode. For source nodes, this will be 0.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.numberOfOutputs

Number READONLY #

The number of outputs coming out of the AudioNode.

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Methods

.dispose ( )

#
↪ returns Tone.Panner

this

Clean up.

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.connect ( )

#
outputNum

optionally which output to connect from

type: number
default: 0
inputNum

optionally which input to connect to

type: number
default: 0
↪ returns Tone.AudioNode

this

connect the output of a ToneNode to an AudioParam, AudioNode, or ToneNode

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.disconnect ( )

#
output

Either the output index to disconnect if the output is an array, or the node to disconnect from.

↪ returns Tone.AudioNode

this

disconnect the output

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inherited from Tone.AudioNode

.toMaster ( )

#
↪ returns Tone.AudioNode

this

Connect ‘this’ to the master output. Shorthand for this.connect(Tone.Master)

EXAMPLE

//connect an oscillator to the master output
var osc = new Tone.Oscillator().toMaster();
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docs generated Dec 17 2018